The 2020 presidential election, however it is finally decided, will be important for what does not happen as well as what does.
I have no doubt that Democrats were highly motivated in the election in order to pursue their socialist, anti-American agenda. But they were also powerfully motivated by fear.
Consider some of the things that will not happen should Joe Biden assume the presidency.
Remember John Durham? He’s the fellow who has spent months and months and months investigating the investigators, looking into the cesspool of corruption and partisan malfeasance that underwrote what I have called the greatest political scandal in American history.
I mean the whole Russia Collusion Delusion, featuring Robert Mueller G-man extraordinaire, and a host of supporting actors from James Comey, Christopher Steele, Andrew McCabe, Lisa Page, Peter Strzok, John Brennan, and James Clapper on down.
Poof. Gone. The Durham investigation would be gone. Thanks for your service, John, but it’s time to think about spending more time with your family now and, besides, we need that office space for some Title IX inquiries. Just leave your files next to the shredder on your way out.
The Clinton Foundation.
You remember the Clinton Foundation. That was the siphon through which hundreds of millions of dollars passed from influence seekers into the pockets of the Clinton family coffers. There were people in the DOJ looking into that operation, too, but you can be sure they would be furloughed before being exiled entirely should the Biden-Harris circus come to town.
Hunter Biden and his laptop from hell.
Depending on where you get your news, you may or may not have heard much about Hunter’s laptop on the run-up to the election. It was one of the stories of the season, but since it was election season, the Media Industrial Complex closed ranks and put the story in a hermetically sealed container.
Tucker Carlson and The New York Post joined The Epoch Times as rare outposts willing to bring this explosive story to the public’s attention.
Alas, telling the saga of what Rudy Giuliani rightly called the Biden Crime Family’s corrupt dealings with China, Ukraine, and elsewhere, depends on a Trump victory.
That story, already half under wraps, is destined for the oubliette should Biden become president. …
Maybe a fearful swamp precludes a free and fair election. The could and did “do whatever it took,” taking the nuclear options of all-out cheating and media coverup.
Perhaps we have just witnessed how difficult it is to assure their perpetuation in the face of concerted partisan interference.
The first U.S. presidential election was held in December, 1788. We’ve come a long way in two hundred and thirty-two years.
It was a good run, maybe the best in history. It would be sad to see it go.
They’ve done it once, why not do it at every election?